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### In this question, we have to find the value of the given equation. For that we will simplify the equation using some trigonometric identities and later substitute the value to get the required value.

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### In the adjoining figure, and then

Here we used the concept of linear pair.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the angle b+c is 90 degrees.

### In the adjoining figure, and then

Here we used the concept of linear pair.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the angle b+c is 90 degrees.

### In the figure, and then the value of x =

Here we used the concept of angles on same side of transversal.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the value of x is 16.

### In the figure, and then the value of x =

Here we used the concept of angles on same side of transversal.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the value of x is 16.

### In the following figure, the value of x =

Here we used the concept of linear pair and exterior angle property.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the angle BCD is 110 degrees.

### In the following figure, the value of x =

Here we used the concept of linear pair and exterior angle property.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the angle BCD is 110 degrees.

### Using information given in the following figure, the value of x and y is

Here we used the concept of linear pair and angle sum property of a triangle.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the angles areÂ 65Â°and 110Â°.

### Using information given in the following figure, the value of x and y is

Here we used the concept of linear pair and angle sum property of a triangle.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the angles areÂ 65Â°and 110Â°.

### In figure, the sides QP and RQ of are produced to points S and T respectively. If and then

Here we used the concept of linear pair and angle sum property of a triangle.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the angle PRQ is 65 degrees.

### In figure, the sides QP and RQ of are produced to points S and T respectively. If and then

Here we used the concept of linear pair and angle sum property of a triangle.Â When two lines cross at one point, a linear pair of angles is created. If the angles follow the intersection of the two lines in a straight line, they are said to be linear. A linear pair's total angles are always equal to 180Â°. So here the angle PRQ is 65 degrees.